1. Buttercream-Frosted Celebration Cupcakes and Cookies with Sparkling Wine
Buttercream-Frosted Celebration Cupcakes and Cookies with Sparkling Wine
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  • Cheryl’s Cookies® buttercream-frosted celebration cupcakes and cookies [2 vanilla cupcakes, 2 chocolate cupcakes, 6 celebration cutout cookies] (1 lb 6 oz)
  • Harry & David™ 2021 Sparkling White (750 ml)


Make any occasion extra sweet with this fantastic gift paired with a bottle of Harry & David™ sparkling wine. Inside is a variety of buttercream-frosted goodness, starting with our celebration cutout cookies. There is a half a dozen of these dazzling treats, which feature iridescent sprinkles and a celebratory message on the wrapper. Also included are decadent buttercream-frosted cupcakes in both vanilla and chocolate. Each cupcake is layered with our famous frosting and topped with a crunchy snack-size chocolate chip cookie. Everything arrives individually wrapped in a shining gold box with a white ribbon and a "celebrate" hangtag.

About the Wine

Wine (including our pear cider) is sold and shipped by Harry and David, LLC, Medford, Oregon.

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